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Sounds like your plugs/wires are having a problem, or something on the inside of the console. Try: Unplugging and replugging wires. Blowing on the inside of the cartridge slot, the cartridge, try to clean the cartridge slot with rubbing alcohol, and check for bent connectors. This is an infamous problem with N64's
Maybe your av cable is damaged or not plugged in firmly. Try unplugging the av cable and reinserting it on both ends. If that doesn't work I suggest rubbing a damp paper towel over the contacts of the game cartridge.
clean it, blow into the game console try to blow out some of that dust. also try to clean the 64 cartridge with a lil bit of rubbing alchol and a q tip. when you put the game back in be real easy with it. dont set it in there and smack it down. keep trying until you get a good connection between the 64 and the game cartridge.
Take everything out. Chords, games, and jumper/expansion pak. Turn it on for 10 seconds. Turn it off. Blow into the game cartridge and the cartridge slot. Plug everything back in except for power. Turn on for 10 seconds. Turn off. Plug power in. It should work now.
did you try to clean the contacts of the console and the game?if not yet use a smooth sand paper,fold it.about one inch wide is enough,now insert the sandpaper on the cartridge slot and slowly rub the contacts from left to right.maybe 5 to 10 times is enough to clean the contacts.do the same thing for the game cartridge.and try.